Ecosystems Quiz

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 Question 1
10 out of 10 points | | | Name the five types of ecosystems used in this laboratory, [1], [2], [3], [4], and [5]. | | | | | Specified Answer for: 1 | tundra | Specified Answer for: 2 | taiga | Specified Answer for: 3 | desert | Specified Answer for: 4 | freshwater lake | Specified Answer for: 5 | tropical rain forest | | | | |
 Question 2
3.7 out of 3.7 points | | | Fungi are examples of Answer | | | | | Selected Answer: | E. decomposers | | | | |
 Question 3
3.7 out of 3.7 points | | | The efficiency of energy transfer from a lower trophic level to the next highest level is roughly:Answer | | | | | Selected Answer: | D. 10% | | | | |
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First Order Heterotroph | Snowshoe Rabbit | D. First Order Heterotroph | Eagle | B. Third Order Heterotroph | Human | B. Third Order Heterotroph | Snowy Owl | D. First Order Heterotroph | Arctic Wolf | B. Third Order Heterotroph | | | | | |
 Question 10
3.7 out of 3.7 points | | | You are in an area where there are snowy owl, wolves and caribou. You are most likely in a [___________] ecosystem.Answer | | | | | Selected Answer: | tundra | | | | |
 Question 11
3.7 out of 3.7 points | | | This zone has the greatest concentration of plankton in a freshwater lake ecosystem:Answer | | | | | Selected Answer: | A. Limnetic | | | | |
 Question 12
3.7 out of 3.7 points | | | Within an ecosystem:Answer | | | | | Selected Answer: | C. Energy flows in one direction only and nutrients are recycled. | | | | |
 Question 13
0 out of 3.7 points | | | You are in an area where the ground is littered with what appears to be dry, dead leaves. You are most likely in a [x] ecosystem.Answer | | | | | Selected Answer: | coniferous forest | | | | |
 Question 14
3.7 out of 3.7 points |

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